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Subject: Re: If this happens to a Unix MLM?
From: berg @ pool . Informatik . RWTH-Aachen . DE (Stephen R. van den Berg)
Date: Mon, 10 May 1993 12:27:33 +0200
To: List-Managers @ GreatCircle . COM
In-reply-to: "F. Scott Ophof"'s message as of 1993 May 9 Sun 22:09. <9305100209 . AA07019 @ CS . UWindsor . Ca>

"F. Scott Ophof" <ophof @
 CS .
 UWindsor .
 Ca> wrote:
>What if the following happens to one or more of the Unix MLMs?
>Can such errors be dealt with properly?

The procmail-mailinglist package handles those bounces automatically.
If installed with the standard parameters, the offending mail address
gets automatically removed from the list (and gets sent a notification to
this extent) after generating four bounces (this limit can of course
be raised or lowered to taste).

-- 
Sincerely,                                  berg @
 pool .
 informatik .
 rwth-aachen .
 de
           Stephen R. van den Berg (AKA BuGless).    berg @
 physik .
 tu-muenchen .
 de
You are currently aboard a fully automated plane.  There is no pilot on board.
Rest assured, you have nothing to worry about... worry about... worry about...



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